On Friday, November 17th, Etienne, Emma & Rubing organized a work session at l’Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Lille. The workshop was part of a […]Continue reading
The NLP & Social Sciences Seminar meets regularly throughout the semester. The sessions where we welcome external speakers are open to the public (via Zoom; […]Continue reading
Presentation at IC2S2 in Copenhagen, July 2023 Based on a paper recently published in Sociological Methods and Research that demonstrated how an expert could train […]Continue reading
For two days, on March 9th and 10th, 2023, Sciences Po Medialab and the CSS initiative at l’Institut Polytechnique de Paris organized a two-days workshop in Paris. The conference brought together scholars involved in two international research projects.Continue reading
Recorded interviews are a classic element in the social scientific toolbox. And while the transcription process can often be serendipitous, it is also notoriously tedious work.
This tutorial introduces a free tool to transcribe interviews fairly quickly and with remarkable quality, even in such “noisy” scenes.
In an article for Sociological Methods and Research, Salomé Do, Étienne Ollion and Rubing Shen show how social scientists can leverage recent advances in natural […]Continue reading
Chris Bail, Duke Professor & Director of the Polarization Lab, came for a special seminar on his new paradigm for resarch in social media. The […]Continue reading
From June 19 to June 30, 2023, the Institut Polytechnique de Paris-CREST will sponsor a Summer Institute in Computational Social Sciences. The purpose of the […]Continue reading